I am trying to install a user module in my Yii-based application. To do this, I have to migrate the files from:
I trying to run
yiic migrate --migrationPath=user.migrations, but I’m getting an error:
the migration directory does not exist: user.migrations
I read that I have to set up user.migrations as an alias but I don’t know how to do it.
I also read, that migration’s default folder is determined by
basePath value, set in main configuration file (
protected/config/main.php). I have changed it and it still doesn’t work correctly.
What can be wrong?
yiic migrate --migrationPath=application.modules.user.migrations
from your Command Line open the yiic of your protected folder. Not the yiic of the framework folder.
In case anyone cant seem to make it work, here are some details:
Use: ./yiic migrate –migrationPath=application.dirName.migrations
Check the class MigrateCommand.
The public property $migrationPath=’application.migrations’ where ‘application’ will become ‘/home/yourUser/yourYiiApp/protected/ and ‘migrations’ will become, well ‘migrations’ after gets parsed.
So if you are running ./yiic just point to dirname/migrationFolder
In case anyone else is struggling with this, I had to go into the protected folder and force it to use the right yiic with:
php yiic.php migrate --migrationPath=application.modules.user.migrations